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This article highlights key concerns regarding the lack of clear professional guidance for administrative supervisors, including issues of liability, distinctions between various supervisory roles when supervising certified staff, blurred lines regarding best practices vs. standards of care, and the ...
Sending a press release to your local newspaper(s) and news stations can be an effective way to increase awareness of the prof
Sending a press release to your local newspaper(s) and news stations can be an effective way to increase awareness of the prof (SAMPLE Letter to Administrators—Gratitude Wo ...
Adolescent Dating and Intimate Relationship Violence: Issues and Implications for School Psychologists
ABSTRACT: Adolescent dating can be a healthy way of learning how to interact in an intimate relationship. However, some adolescent romantic relationships involve physical, emotional, or sexual abuse. This literature review examines the definition and prevalence of teen dating violence. Risk factors ...
behavior template School Psychology Forum: R E S E A R C H I N P R A C T I C E Adolescent Dating and Intimate Relationship Violence: Issues and Implications for School Psychologists Jim Ayers Susan Davies University of Dayt ...
Just for Girls Adolescent Girls in Crisis: Intervention and Hope By M. B. Straus 2007, W. W. Norton Reviewed by Steven A. Castelli & Peter L. Sempepos We are at war! There is a "war on girls" that naturally offers few strategies for them to defend themselves during a time of adole ...
NJCLD Hosts Symposium on Adolescent Literacy and Students With Learning Disabilities The National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities (NJCLD) hosted a symposium on June 5, 2009 entitled, Adolescent Literacy and Students With L ...
Older Students With LD or ADHD Review by Susan A. Sullivan Adolescents and Adults With Learning Disabilities and ADHD: Assessment and Accommodation By N. Gregg 2009, Guilford Press This volume is Dr. Noel Gregg’s most recent contribution to the field of educational psychology. In t ...
Working with at-risk students has been a focus of school psychology practice for a very long time. Currently, in many schools, a multitiered approach to interventions is used with at-risk students who have academic and social–emotional problems. The use of this approach is supported by both state an ...
Adolescents Can Respond to Intervention Too: Programs That Have Promise for Teaching Basic Reading Skills to Middle and High School Students
Abstract: Adolescents who have not acquired fundamental reading skills are clearly at a disadvantage for obtaining advanced skills during secondary school and taking advantage of career and personal opportunities throughout adulthood. While many secondary educators may refer adolescents to the schoo ...
Social media has enabled far-reaching connections among adolescents, thereby increasing exposure to an individual adolescent’s suicide. The first of this two-part series provides an overview of social media as a context for adolescent suicide prevention efforts. Part 2 will continue next month with ...